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    Catcheside Cutlery - Picture Gallery

    My brother Steve took some more natural shots of my W's pattern knives today with his pro-gear. Thought it would be a good way to start my Gallery and some different shots to the ones on the individual threads. Anyway to the pictures.









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    Mmm Yummy

    Hope its ok to credit my brother, Steve Catcheside for the photographs and out of courtesy provide a link to his website as he did them for beer.
    http://www.ketch-22.co.uk/

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    Nice Will!
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    damn those are good looking knives!

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    Nice work

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    Well done.


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    Liking the group shot, those three would be nearly all I need, though you've seen my set so know the emphasis is on the nearly
    loving the rib of beef too

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    Thank you kind sirs, Mmm yeah rare beef isn't camera shy is it.

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    The suji looks like it made quick work of that slab o' beef.

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